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Video: The 1978ers (yU & Slimkat) - "OneNine7-T-8"
MMG: In one week, The 1978ers will release their debut album as a group. The new project, People of Today, is a testimonial to life through the years. The new video for One-Nine-7-T-8 is a celebration. The rapid fire synth lines and unpredictable drums set the pace for yU & Slimkat as they travel through DC on a pedicab. The real stars of this one though are the people of the city whose characters shined throughout the video as they jumped in and out of the scene while shooting.
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Audio: Bobby Creekwater - "I Am From a Place"
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Audio: Eternia - "SCRAPS"
Sav: "I heard this beat playing while praying at City Lights in Toronto. I wrote the entire song the same night, and recorded it the following afternoon. That was a year ago. The hook has been playing over and over in my mind lately, even though I haven't been listening to the song at all. I thought I'd share it with y'all... perhaps it will speak to you too." - Eternia
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Block McCloud & Reef the Lost Cauze join DJ Connect on "Up In Sweden"
DM360: DJ Connect of the Swedish production crew, Elite Fleet, is making international connections for his latest extend play effort, Well Connected. The project, released in collaboration with the Brooklyn-based label, Creative Juices, includes guest features from the likes of J-Ro (Alkaholiks), Planet Asia, Rasco, Jeru The Damaja, Reef the Lost Cauze, Block McCloud, Maylay Sparks, Motion Man, and L.I.F.E. Long, among others.
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Video: SmCity f/ BJ the Chicago Kid - "New Spiritual" (prod. Statik Selektah)
L.S.: D.C.’s SmCity drops a new visual for the BJ The Chicago Kid assisted “New Spiritual” from his upcoming album Empire Falls, due on December 3rd. Produced by Statik Selektah.
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Video: Trial & Era - "Ra-Ta-Ta-Ta"
T&E: "RA-TA-TA-TA" the third visual for their self-titled upcoming project; TRIAL&ERA.
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D-Red - S.F.M.S Volume One (Prod. by J-Max) #EP
Park Street PR: ‘S.F.M.S Volume One’ is the brand new EP from Bristol rapper D-Red who first bust onto the Hip-Hop scene back in 2013 when he did his debut performance on the Main Stage at St. Paul’s Carnival. This led to him getting booked again this year too playing on the Windrush Stage with Bristol vet K*Ners and Gillz amongst others. Other notable live performances include the Hobbs Fashion Show during Bristol Fashion Week and Glastonbury, as well as sharing stages with the likes of Buggsy, Bil Nex, Jinxsta JX, K*Ners, King Aggi, Hozay, Krazy & Drillz and Lowdose.
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Video: Von Pea - "So East Coast" (prod. The Other Guys)
HiPNOTT: The first single, "So East Coast", off the upcoming album, To: You, from Von Pea and The Other Guys has received a ton of love since it dropped two weeks ago and it's just a sliver of what the whole album has to offer. Today, the East Coast crew give us some visuals to the hit single. Grab the single now and bump it in your whip. After a few spins, this jam will no doubt be stuck in your head.
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Audio: Tony Moreaux - "TATO"
Dub MD: Hailing from the small city of Lynn, Massachusetts, on the outskirts of Boston, Tony Moreaux returns with his latest single. Tony Moreaux for those unfamiliar, is a diverse artist that has the ability to craft a gritty boom bap track one day, and switch flows to an ignorant trap record the next, as well as always holding his own on any featured slot that is thrown his way.
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Video: Philly Moves - "Queens"
URBNET: “Queens” is the latest single and hypnotic video from Philly Moves – an undeniably amorous duo and one of Canada’s top emerging hip hop acts. Hailing from Ottawa and now based in Toronto, Philly Moves is composed of Producer/Guitarist/Crooner Rockwell and MC Tragic.
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